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screening. this time, it's o.b./g.y.n. saying most women should get pap smears less frequently. i'm katie couric. also tonight, fewer states are reporting major outbreaks of the h1n1 flu. but with the holiday travel season coming up, there's growing concern the virus will spread. what's going on at this company? 26 employees have committed suicide in the past two years. and the queen of daytime television giving up her throne. >> 25 years feels right in my bones, and it feels right in my spirit. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with katie couric. >> couric: and geographic, everyone. this week is ending as it began-- with a big change in cancer screening guidelines for women. first we got the controversial recommendations about breast cancer and mammograms, and today it was serve cancer. the nation's obstetricians and gynecologists are now saying women should wait until they're 21 to get their first pap test and then get one every two years after that until they're in their 30s. our dr. jennifer ashton is a practicing o.b.g.y.n. unlike the new mammogram mammograph
is katie to anna, and getting that done. 2-1, princeton hanging around and second half, and then the game is tied. and then a pass to herself, and maryland will face north carolina sunday looking for a national title. >> after the semi-finals and having a tremendous game on both teams, high scoring and they didn't let us by easily. >> please stay with us woman: i don't know. dealer: you know, volkswagen takes care of the scheduled maintenance at no cost. and during the sign then drive event, you can get a cc, jetta, or top safety rated tiguan for practically just your signature. it's that easy. woman: i can't believe it. woman: i can believe it. yep. >> seven-day forecast, a nice weekend and good football weather on sunday, and then the rain arrive on monday. >> and if you miss this forecast, the review is tonight
but i do think that we need to get behind what katie couric said that it's time for sexism to become as repugnant as racism. and we have taken some significant steps, i think in that direction, in the response to how senator clinton in the campaign was treated, how sarah palin was treated. and unfortunately even though there's more awareness tha there was in the 2008 election, we just went through a situation where justice sotomayor was nominated, and some of the same people who were villains in the 2008 elections were engaged in very same sexist language. >> greene says it's important for the next generation of women to be aware of gender bias and to fight it. >> they definitely need to go to into the start of their careers with their eyes wide open. and i have had a lot of -- many conversations around the country with young women who are in school and don't necessarily at this point in their life see the consequences of misogyny. and sexism. and maybe not in any very personal experience, but they just have not seen it firsthand. so i think it's really important for the next generat
felt ambushed when katie couric asked her what newspaper she read. this coming from a woman who hunts wolves from a helicopter. >>> all that and more now on "countdown." >>> good evening from new york. i'm lawrence o'donnell in for keith olbermann. perhaps the biggest misconception to gain currency in this year's health care debate is never before has congress gotten this far in passing reform. looking ahead to tomorrow night's procedural vote in the senate, our fifth story on the "countdown," it is worth remembering that at this stage in 1994, there was no doubt hillary clinton's health care reform bill would get 60 votes in the senate to proceed to debate. it wasn't even a question. this time the majority leader is rolling the met for cal dice. senator harry reid scheduled a cloture vote on a motion to proceed to debate without being sirn of the outcome. a high ranking staff member in the democratic leadership characterized reid's level of confidence for us as, quote, cautiously optimistic. to win the motion to proceed, senator reid is going to need the vote of every democrat, both
debuts in 2011. can a broadcast tv icon such as oprah -- >> let's talk about the interview with katie couric. >> reporter: remain influential on basic cable? >> it's risky that it may not work. she may never be the oprah she is now. >> reporter: with oprah gone, the vast landscape of daytime tv may change. but is there an heir apparent to the queen of talk? >> i think ell degeneres is a great contender to take on what oprah has started. she has a great forum to launch herself into oprah's shoes. >> reporter: but even ellen told her audience this week, there's no replacing an icon. >> she will always be the queen of daytime television. >> reporter: for oprah, the curtain doesn't fall for another 22 months. >> the countdown to the end of "the oprah winfrey show" starts now. >> reporter: a long good-bye for this long-time tv favorite. oprah's ratings have slipped in recent years. but with yesterday's announcement, the next season and a half will draw big audiences. >> eric, thanks, man. from such a background, what a story. regardless of what's next. >>> we'll be right back. coming up on
his love for then girlfriend katie holmes. it's a clip that has been seen countless times. and so has this one -- the start of season 19 when to the surprise of everyone oprah handed out presents to her audience members. each one of them, the keys to their very own new car. as we have seen, she can be incredibly generous and profoundly moving. breaking down on camera. oprah is a self-made success story. "forbes" ranks her amongst the wealthiest people on the planet and says she's worth $2.5 billion. she's also donated $40 million to create two girl schools in south africa and dozens of other schools through her angel network built around the world. the network has helped build and restore hundreds of homes in the wakes of hurricane cutrena and rita. she has also shared personal battles, especially with her weight. in 1988 she wheeled out 67 pounds of fat, that's how much weight she lost back then, many women followed her lead and went on diets. since then, she's continued struggling and it's always center stage. there are a lot of firsts for oprah. 1996, deep end of the ocean was chos
experience. he went overboard expressing his love for then girlfriend, katie holmes. it's been seen thousands of times. oprah handed out presents to her audience members. each one of them, the keys to their very own car. she has been incredibly generous and profoundly moving, breaking down on camera. oprah is a self-made success story. "forbes" ranks her one of the wealthiest on the planet. she's worth $2.5 billion. she's donated money to two schools in south africa and her angel network has been built around the world. it's been built to restore hundreds of homes in the wake of hurricane katrina and rita. she's had personal battles. she wheeled out 67 pounds of fat. it's how much weight she lost back then. many women followed her lead and went on diets. since then, she's continued struggling. there are a lot of firsts for oprah. 1996, "deep end of the ocean" was her first book club choice. it's motivated millions of people to read and helped sell millions of books. it's given us a moment when she confronted author james frye when recommending his book. from the big hair to the big interviews
job. >> let's talk about the interview with katie curic. >> must we? okay. >> what newspapers and magazines did you regular read? >> all of them, any of them. >> she had been prepared specifically on both of those questions? >> yes, especially -- >> so i knew it wasn't a good interview. those are back-assward ways of trying to fix the income. >> that's what i don't like. when you peel back the layers of the palin onion, there's no onion! ♪ don't call it a comeback ♪ i've been here for years >> you know what they're calling you now? evita. ave perone. that's what they're calling you now. >> i think i'm having more fun now though so -- ♪ never left >> meanwhile, there's good news tonighhe h1n1 virus. the centers for disease control is saying it's on the wane in some parts of the country. some states reporting widespread flu activity though. there's a much higher rate than in the past years. one of its victims, my colleague anderson cooper. here's what he told conan o'brien last night. >> i had a cough that was so bad i thought my heart was going to explode. and we had dr.
jumping incident from 2005. cruise went overboard, expressing his love for then girlfriend katie holmes. it's a clip that has been seen countless times and so has this one. the start of season 19, when, to the surprise of everyone, oprah handed out presents to her audience members, each one of them, the keys to their very own new car. as we have seen, she can be incredibly generous, and profoundly moving, breaking down on camera. oprah is a self-made success story. "forbes" ranks her among the wealthiest people on the planet says she is worth $2.5 billion. she's also donated $40 million to create two girls schools in south africa, and dozens of other schools through her angel network have been built around the world. the network has also helped build to restore hundreds of homes in the wake of hurricanes katrina and rita. she's shared personal battles especially with her weight. in 1988 she wheeled out 67 pounds of fat, that's how much weight she lost back then. many women followed her lead and went on diets. since then, she's continued struggling and it's always center stage. there are
is at home. this is katie, kyra campbell, my mother and my father, al brainard. >> thank you. why don't you proceed with your statement. then we will go to mr. miller and dr. collins. >> thank you very much, mr. chairman and ranking member gressly and members of the committee. i am honored and appreciate the opportunity to appear here before you today as you consider my nomination for secretary for international affairs. i am glad i got a chance to introduce my family. as you know well, these are tough jobs, and it really requires the entire family to support people in them. and so i am very grateful to my family, to my entire family, for their support throughout this process. i agree very much with the chairman that we are facing perhaps the greatest economic test of our generation, and it is one that i would be very honoreded to have a chance to make a small contribution to in terms of the way that america positions itself to compete and to lead in the international economy. this is something that goes back to really my youngest days. i grew up overseas. i grew up living mostly behind and
corporations in america move into this space. katie mcginty, counsellor in the clinton white house that when on to become the secretary of the environment of pennsylvania and is currently a partner in a major private equity and venture capital firm. i will turn it over. please welcome this next session. it is all yours. >> >> hello, out there. i now know how it feels to be a chairman. welcome again, everyone. thank you for bringing us here. it is wonderful to see that we have policies to celebrate as well as a few more that we might ask for. nobody out there has a wish list, do you? nope. >> we want to kick off the session by going right at it. we all know that the job is to scale up, but to scale, we have to go granular. how can we get the specific ideas, the specific policies that are going to be the turnkey's to enable us to continue to grow this industry? i think that roger will agree, and not to put out a challenge to the follow-up panels, but we've got the best panel. as you will see, with the insights that our panel will share, let me introduce our panel, briefly. then roger and i wil
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